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2016 Red Stick Mom of the Year :: Nominate YOUR Favorite Mom of the Year

2016 Red Stick Mom of the Year As our loyal readers know, Red Stick Moms Blog was started as a way to connect moms in Baton Rouge as well as support local businesses. We all know that motherhood is hard, and our goal is to celebrate moms all year long. However, with Mother’s Day upon us, we […]

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2016 Pregnancy and Postpartum Support Guide for Baton Rouge

We couldn’t wait to present this great new resource for moms planning to give birth in Baton Rouge! The pregnancy and postpartum period can be filled with lots of joy, but it can also be overwhelming when researching all of your options. There are so many questions to be answered :: Where should I give birth? Who […]

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11 Tips to Help Your Child Prevent Cavities {by Dr. Brynn Leroux of AIPD}

Protecting your child’s teeth from cavities can be as easy as following a few simple recommendations.  If we’re successful at instilling good behavior early in life, those habits will provide them with a healthy mouth that will keep them smiling indefinitely. Dental caries (cavities) is a chronic, infectious, transmissible disease resulting from tooth-adherent specific bacteria, […]

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Your Top Newborn Questions Answered-2

Your Top Newborn Questions Answered {by Dr. Christina Holmes of The Baton Rouge Clinic}

Congratulations on your new bundle of joy, and welcome to parenthood! Welcome to the world of baby smells (the good and the bad), baby snuggles, smiles, and sleepless nights. You will never be the same. It can be exciting and fulfilling, while being challenging and downright frightening at times. Newborns are special and depend on […]

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Essentials for the Pumping Mommy

In the wide world of parenting topics I don’t consider myself to be an “expert” (using the term very loosely) at much, but breastfeeding/pumping/working, well I’ve pretty much mastered! Having nursed my daughter for a little over a year, mostly while working almost full-time, and now doing the same with my son, I’ve developed my […]

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